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>>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. >>> violence outside a san jose restaurant one person shot two people have been stabbed. how it may have all started. >>> tonight we made history. >> mitt romney wins big in new hampshire. the tough test ahead for the next primary. >> and we have a new injury accident now in the east bay. we'll tell you why it could already be causing some delays. >> high pressure back to spring- like weather in the bay area. there are some changes on the horizon. we'll tell you about that coming up. >> good morning. it is hump day, wednesday, january 11. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm grace lee. it is 5 a.m. we are following overnight developments out of san jose. one person has been shot and two people stabbed. >> it happened early this morning at the creekside bar & grill on west alma avenue. anne makovec is there where police just removed a car from the scene and joins us with the latest. >> reporter: we don't know what that car had to do with the violence at the creekside bar & grill at around 2 a.m. three people were injured. the good news
out fast. >>> a san jose teacher is in custody after sexually assaulting a child. >>> how are the other republican candidates stacking up heading out to south carolina, the ktvu channel 2 news continues. . >>> well, good morning, welcome to a brand-new day. i am dave clark. >> thank you for joining us. steve paulsen, everyday everybody asks me will we get any rain or snow? >> and what do you tell them? i tell them check with steve. >>> win has picked up in higher elevations east bay hills and look for hazy sunshine and mid- 60s for some. here is sal. >>> good morning, traffic is moving along well on southbound 101 as you drive through marin county with no problems and also looking at the commute in santa clara valley, that traffic looks good let's go back to the desk. >>> overnight violence at a bar in san jose, it helped just -- happened just after 1:45 this morning. two people were stabbed, one person was shot. claudine wong joins us with more information and new video, claudine? >> reporter: the bar is actually open until 2:00 a.m. so we believe it was opened when polic
. >>> city of san jose in the spotlight tonight as it hosts the figure stait skating championship at hp pavilion. a big honor that has given us big names figure skating. we are leif in downtown san jose tonight and it's a great event and great to have it here. >> it really is. you don't have to follow figure skating to appreciate what is going on here. i was blown away watching some of the really young athletes out there on the ice. they are the future stars of figure skating. tonight they got to see the legends. opening ceremony here at hp pa ville i don't know for premiere skating event that san jose now has the pleasure of hosting for a second time. big deal. san jose has national again. it has been since 1996 and it is rare as i said before it's rare for another city to host the national twice. >>reporter: he's just one of several big name bay area figure skaters on hand for the competition. >> brian and christy and debby and rudy and charlie and i, we have moved to different places to take from different coaches but we started here. >>reporter: peggy fleming still lives i
in oakland, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. >>> in san jose today, police arrested 40-year-old siga sideq on spiks uspicion of murder. she attacked women with a machete-type weapon. it happened in the glenwood neighborhood wuchblt died at the scene and a 40-year-old woman treated for nonlive life flenting injuries. police haven't released the information about the motive or relation between the women. this is the highest number of homicides since 1997. >>> tonight is new year's eve fk and police in at least two bay area cities will be cracking down on people who fire bullet noose the air to celebrate. police will use shot spotter technology to zero in on gun fire n. east palo alto, a special detail will handle gunshot reports and patrol areas that are known to have gun fire during past new year's celebrations. that city will also have triple the number of officers on patrol compared to an average night. and in redwood city operation silent night will also crack down on gun fire. anyone caught and convicted of firing into the air could face up to three years in prison. >>> there are plenty
>> shoppers in san jose have an unexpected expense while shopping. >> thank you for joining us. in san jose, paper is going to cost you, and plastic is no longer an option. a plastic bag ban went into effect there today. we're live at a san jose supermarket. >> reporter: you know, over the years, environmentalist groups painted the plastic shopping bags as dangerous to waterways and some birds. so as of today no retailer in san jose is able to issue them any longer. in san jose, paper or plastic is no longer a regular option at the checkout stand. the new ordinance is meeting with mixed reviews. >> i think it's great. good for the environment. >> i used plastic bags my whole life. i throw my garbage away in them. it stinks. >> the new ordinary gasp pans all retailers from using plastic bags, unlike the ordinance in san francisco which is aimed at larger retailers, and shoppers will be charged ten cents if they use a person bag. >> if you use a bag, they're going to charge you. >> the charge for paper bags is intended to steer customers towards reusable bags but some shoppers de
in place at san jose state university. this after reports of a young man groping students in a dorm early this morning. ktvu's lorain joins us live to learn how word spread fast. >>> many students woke up to a scary text or tweet this morning on their cell phones, warning them to lock their doors. now san jose state police are talking with students inside joe west hall, hoping someone can id the suspected groper. >>> san jose state police combed the campus early this morning following a 3:30 a.m. call from a frightened female student. she said she had just been groped in her dorm room. >> i woke up afterwards and walked down the hall and there were police out there, a couple of cops out there asking different people questions. >> reporter: 4 female students told police a hispanic male in his early 20s entered their rooms and touched them iron appropriately. they believed he moved through looking for unlocked doors. >> that is scary, and i would be freaked out but i try to make sure my door is closed all the time and locked all the time. >> police checked cameras throughout the hall. they
. this has been a violent year in san jose. in the recent killing, police arrested the woman in san jose accused of attacking two women around 11:00 last night with a machete weapon in the willow glenn neighborhood of san jose. one of the victims died at the scene and a 40-year-old woman was treated for nonlife-threatening injuries. police have not released information on the relationship between the suspect and the two victims. this is san jose's 39th homicide of the year compared to 20 last year and the highest number since 1997. a stunning haul of more than a million dollars did of watches and diamonds has been found in san diego. some were taken in this smash and grab robbery at the valley fair mall in october. gunmen who used sledgehammers to break into cases in stores stole thousands of dollars worth of jewelry. police displayed the merchandise from four california jewelry stores. back in november, police arrested ryan mcknight and robert shavira but just found the merchandise recently. >> he's been in cuss for a couple months. hasn't paid the rent. the property manager came upon w
overnight developments down in san jose, one person shot, two people stabbed early this morning at the creekside bar & grill on west alma avenue. anne makovec is there where police removed a car from the scene this morning. >> reporter: they did. police have removed themselves from the scene, as well. that doesn't mean the investigation is over and we are still waiting for a lot more answers from police about exactly what happened here at around 1:30. let me lay out the scene for you here. the creekside bar & grill on west alma avenue a popular karaoke bar. the parking lot was blocked off for much of the night. on the other side an apartment complex. police were walking around there as well for about the two hours that they were out here investigating. now, let me point out the good news of this story, as well. all of the people that were injured are expected to live. two were stabbed one of them shot. the gunshots were reported just before 2:00 this morning here near the apartment complex on west alma. it's just off highway 85 near 87, the willow glen area of san jose. police s
>> reporter: good morning i'm amy hollyfield live in fremont where the bart extension to san jose has received some good news from the federal government. things are looking good for this project which will bring new jobs and a new way to commute to the bay area. >> reporter: i'm terry mcsweeney in novato. police are patrolling the city looking for a hyperactive arsonist suspected of setting 56 fires in 36 hours. right now they are trying to figure out if that fire last night was number 57, the story on the way. >> good morning i'm mike nicco looking down on san francisco haze hanging around, there is moisture out there our desperate attempt to find measurable rain will probably end up in sprinkles. >>> good morning i'm frances dinglasan. still looking great on the roads with not many accidents reported. nicer start this morning. no delays at the bay bridge toll. i'll show you how you can be part of my traffic reports. >>> just about 5:01 on this tuesday morning. thanks for joining us i'm eric thomas. >>> and i'm kristen sze. today the long anticipated bart to san jose extension i
and a blue sweatshirt. >>> san jose police are investigating the kidnapping of a 15-year-old girl who they believe is with a boyfriend from stock stockton. raquel was seen getting into his car. the father confronted vargas who ran over his foot. police think they may be staying in stockton or ukaih area. >>> a teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a boy under 15. 40-year-old marie johnson is in jail. police say she had several encounters with the boy between december of 2010 and may of 2011. she teaches at granada high school. they started the relationship on facebook and texting. authorities don't believe other boys are involved but they recommend parents talk to the kids about their contact with the teacher. >>> there is a video that the marine corps condemns. it appears to show american marines in combat gear urinating on the corpses of taliban fighters and joking about it. marines are preparing for the fallout. >> it depicts us in the worst possible light so it's going to be a challenge for the administration to handle this swiftly, handle this properly, handle this
>>> two people stabbed, one person shot outside a san jose restaurant. we'll tell you what police are telling us >>> a bay area teacher is facing serious charges involving a child and police fear there could be more victims. >>> pleasanton schools consider a four-legged solution to snuffing out drug problems on campus >>> an overnight fire tied to a well-known bay area company. mornings on 2 begin right now. >>> well, good morning to you. welcome to mornings on 2. i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm torii camp billion. it is wednesday, january 11th. we begin with overnight violence at a san jose bar t happened on west alma avenue just after 1:45 this morning. two people were stabbed, one person was shot. ktvu's claudine joins us from the scene. >> reporter: police are still trying to figure out what led up to the violence. at this point we don't have any information on a motive or suspect information. really piecing together right now what led up to the violence here at the creek side bar and grill. we do know three people are in the hospital this morning because of it, though.
jose here to san francisco. it's about the same distance as that civil rights march from selma to montgomery, alabama, way back in 1965. lisa washington reports from san jose at the diridon station where the train departs in just a few hours. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, frank. if he were alive today martin luther king, jr. would be 83. he was assassinated in 1968 in memphis, tennessee. after the assassination his wife coretta scott king started some freedom train rides and the dr. martin luther king, jr. association of santa clara valley started the caltrain freedom ride 28 years ago. that ride goes from the south bay to san francisco commemorating that 1965 march from selma to montgomery. that distance as you said is 54 miles and the train ride today is about the same distance. now, this is a reduced fare, $10 roundtrip making four stops. departs san jose at 9:30, sunnyvale 9:45, palo alto at 9:59, and san mate at 10:22. it's expected to arrive in san francisco at 10:55 this morning. it's important to note you cannot purchase train rides from station, you
weather forecast after this. ,,,,,,,, --- how it should spend the san jose is 40 >>> san jose is doing it again. the city is asking its citizens how it should spend the cash it has. san jose is $40 million short for the next fiscal year. ann shows us the games with a serious impact. >> the biggest challenge facing our government is a lack of engagement and it is a lack of true discourse among people with different points of view. >> this fake money represents the millions of real dollars san jose has to play with. but as in real life, there isn't enough to go around. and these people representing neighborhood groups are in the politician's shoes, deciding what should stay and what can go. >> only through choice do people really understand the decisions that elected officials have to make. >> budget challenges here in san jose and in most cities across california are being made worse by a court decision that allows the state to take away local redevelopment funds. this year, san jose is dealing with the possible $40 million short fall and has to balance the budget by june. >> everyb
park area plan, bounded generally by chenery street to the north, roanoke street to the east, san jose avenue and bosworth street to the south, and elk street to the west; 2) creating a new section 738.1, establishing zoning controls for code section 101.1. item number 5. ordinance amending the city and county of san francisco zoning map sheets zn11 and ht11 to: 1) create a new zoning district, and amend height and bulk districts within the glen park area plan, as proposed in the glen park community plan; and 2) making environmental findings and findings of consistency with the general plan and the priority policies of planning code section 101.1. item no. 6. francisco general plan by adding the glen park area plan; and making findings, including environmental findings and findings of consistency with the general plan and the priority policies of planning code section 101.1. supervisor wiener: this neighborhood began a lengthy process, that i have to say i have been involved in a number of labor brought that this and this is the most thorough and inclusive neighborhood process i have s
minutes. >>> 4:30 now. we begin with breaking news. a search for a gunman is going on now in san jose. santa clara county sheriff's deputies have set up a perimeter near moorpark at saratoga. they say that the suspect was involved in a vehicle stop earlier this morning. he took off on foot and is believed to be hiding in an apartment complex in the area. >> deputies are not letting anyone into this area until the gunman has been found. we have a crew on the way and we'll have updates throughout the morning as we get them. >>> it is the closest finish in the history of iowa's presidential caucus. former bay state governor mitt romney edging out former pennsylvania senator rick santorum by 8 votes. unbelievable. as susan mcginnis reports this could be the beginning of the end for a couple of the other candidates. >> reporter: mitt romney barely squeezed out a win in iowa with rick santorum trailing just eight votes behind. >> we're going to change the white house and get america back on track. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: the former massachusetts governor is pledging to keep the
they are searching for the gunman. we have a crew on the way. this is moorpark and saratoga in san jose. >>> now to campaign 2012 and a photofinish at the iowa caucus last night. >> just eight votes separating the winner, mitt romney from rick santorum. we have the latest from des moines. [ pause ] >> reporter: it wasn't over until the wee hours of the morning here in iowa when mitt romney edged out santorum by just eight votes in the republican caucuses here. one thing for sure, history was made in the hawkeye state. >> thank you so much, iowa. >> yeah! whoo! >> reporter: for former senator rick santorum a momentous night. it gives him a huge boost. >> we will be in new hampshire, we'll leave tomorrow, we'll spend our time there, and with your help and god's grace, we'll have another fun night a week from now. >> reporter: the former massachusetts governor who is the overwhelming front-runner in new hampshire is ready for round 2 next week. >> on to new hampshire! let's get that job done. >> reporter: texas congressman ron paul is make his bronze medal sound like a gold. >> this momentum is goi
of a person was shot and two were stabbed early this morning in san jose. now, it happened at the creeksidebar and grill on west alma avenue just before 2 a.m. police say that they heard shots and rushed to the scene. this is a live look at what's going on right now. they say there were three victims shot or stabbed and they were taken to the hospital. no word on their conditions at this hour. no suspect information. we have a reporter on the way to this crime scene as you can see. police still trying to figure out what happened at this san jose scene. >>> 4:32 now. it is two for two for mitt romney after winning the new hampshire republican primary and it was over quickly. he was declared the winner of the nation's first primary shortly after polls closed last night a little after 7:00. romney nearly doubled the vote of second place finisher ron paul. jon huntsman a close third. as susan mcginnis reports, all six contenders are now looking ahead to south carolina. >>> reporter: mitt romney hopes to continue his winning streak down south. >> we made history! >> whoo! >> reporter: he will head
and the threshold are hints of the gruesome crime scene inside this home in san jose's famed willow glenn district. police say the woman in the ambulance called police saying she had been attacked by a masked man with a machete. they told investigators the same intruder savagely murdered 65-year-oldi van. san jose police locked down the neighborhood and began a massive man hunt. but by the next day, sjpd arrested her, she made up the story about the intruder and killed her with a machete. the neighbor was skeptical when he learned she wasn't badly injured. >> i don't know, it just didn't sound reasonable because from what i understand, wasn't life threatening, you know, to me that was a red flag. >> according to an online profile at a local law school, she immigrated in 1996 as a nurse and studying to become a lawyer. the victim is the mother of the accused killer's girlfriend and they had past disagreements. the girlfriend spoke with detectives today, but declined an on camera interview. someone layed a bouquet of flowers with a simple message, rest in peace, cbs 5. >> now that he is home safe
smith. back to you in san jose. >> thank you so much, christie. jury selection begins in the trial of a san francisco gang member accused of killing three members of a family in mistaken identity back in june of 2008. the man and two of his boys died. sparking public outrage that protects juveniles convicted of crimes from being deported. >>> she doesn't want a chance to meet the sharks players but wants an apology. she told the san jose mercury news she has been offered personal gifts and tickets but has yet to hear an "i'm sorry" from the woman who she says what canned her on the head last wednesday. she is a brain cancer survivor and she suffered a partial concussion from that blow. the fan told sharks security she hit her by accident while celebrating. san jose police are investigating but say not many people saw what happened. >>> along with a new year, the new season may bring -- soccer team and brand new digs. >> reporter: today is the last day anybody can appeal the permit the city issued for the new stadium near coleman and 880 across from norm minetta international. some
up rapidly in patches especially towards highway 24 and the caldecott tunnel. san jose, 280 headed northbound headlights headed past the 17 overpass towards cupertino no fog here either. once again, fog advisories on all the bridges. thick fog. we'll show you the various bridges san mateo -- pardon me this is an accident first i want to tell you about in petaluma area north 101 past petaluma boulevard, to right lanes fog likely a culprit take it easy if you can give yourself extra time. bridge advisories all bridges right now if not the entire span then partial fogged in areas of the span. extra wind on the san mateo bridge as well. there's a look at your traffic: >>> our time is 4:40. >>> figure skating champions return to san jose. next, the big opening celebration for major competition and the money the event is bringing to the bay area. >>> mystery surrounding a winning lottery ticket and why no one will up with millions of dollars. [ female announcer ] there's surprising news about whole grain and the cereals your kids love. ♪ now all general mills big g kid cereals have mor
. >>> like many california cities, san jose is facing a big budget short fall this year. the city is turning to neighborhood groups to help them decide where to make the painful, but necessary cuts. ann was there as people weighed in. >> the biggest challenge facing our government is a lack of civic engagement and part of the lack of civic engagement is a lack of true discourse among people with different points of view. >> this fake money represents the millions of real dollars san jose has to play with. but in real life, there isn't enough to go around and these representing neighborhood groups are in the politician's shoes, deciding what should stay and what can go. >> only through choice do people really understand the decision that elected officials have to make. you can't be everything to everyone. >> the budget challenges here in san jose and in most cities across california are being made worse by a court decision late last year that allows the state to take away local redevelopment funds. this year, san jose is dealing with a $40 million short fall and has to balance the budget
in court this friday. >>> attention shoppers, a san jose based retailer is going independent. scott is here with news if you're handy or an investor. >> any can ben fingerprint out of news from orchard supply, the chain started in san jose back in the early 1930s spins off from former owner sears today. we recently talked to the ceo who says the company plans to add locations and jobs and now trades as an independent company on the nasdaq. >>> making money for investors tonight, tivo, earning 2$215 million as part of a lawsuit settlement announced a couple years ago with at&t. look for tivo shares to pop tomorrow morning. >>> your credit card got social city bank joining with facebook to let card users make friends with each other saying if you want to launch money for a charity, the bank just launched a page on facebook with customers. >> that's nice. you want to share your points with me? >> we can share. >> thanks. >>> 49ers mania has reached a fevered pitch. how you can still get tickets to the sold-out playoff game and how much you can expect to shell out. >>> an 11th hour appeal has h
her. >> campus police reviewed video and interviewing witnesses. a few hours later, the san jose state university police department has arrested a suspect in this case. we arrested that person off campus. >> a suspect who is a student. >> that are concerns me a lot. you never know who has access to the dorms and they are more likely to get access. i worry a lot. >> this is not the first time a groper assaulted on or near campus achl man groped a woman near the engineering building. on september 1111, two women were groped on east san salvador street next to campus. even though they need a key card to get in, people without them tailgate behind residents. many will be much more cautious. >> probably keep my door locked. >> now that she received this text, she feels much safer and has no intention of letting her guard down. police arrested the suspect about two blocks off campus and say they are not releasing his name. campus police have been intrusion him and drove him over to the santa clara county sheriff's department where they book him into county jail. he will be charged with sexua
for internet parody. >>> a happy 4th. and san jose is doing it again. the city is asking its citizens how it should spend the cash it has. and san jose is $40 million short for the next fiscal year. anne makovec shows us the games with a serious impact. >> the biggest challenge facing our government is a lack of civic engagement. and part of the lack of civic engagement is a lack of true discourse among people with different points of view. >> this fake money represents the millions of real dwhrars san jose has to play -- dollars san jose has to play with but as in real life there isn't enough to go around and these people representing neighborhood groups are in the politician's shoes, deciding what should stay and what can go. >> and only through choices do people really understand the decisions that elected officials have to make. you can't be everything to everyone. >> the budget challenges here in san jose and in most cities across california are being made worse by a court decision late last year that allows the state to take away local re- development funds. this year, san jose is d
nabbed a suspect that was holed up in an apartment complex in san jose. gil diaz reports from the scene. i guess they got their man. >> reporter: yeah. they got their man, probably less than 15 minutes ago. and as you can see behind me that they have taken out the yellow tape here along moorpark. to give us more details about what happened, sergeant jose cardoza from the santa clara county sheriff's department. good morning. do you have the guy? >> yes. we finally about maybe 15 or 20 minutes ago located him nearby in a residence. he was actually hiding near a shed with the assistance of one of the nearby agencies, sunnyvale dps and one of their k-9 units. we located the suspect. he has been arrested and is being transported now to the main jail. >> reporter: hiding near a shed. so any indication that he lived in the area? >> we don't know. we haven't even identified him yet. he wasn't forthcoming with his identity. so we would have to fingerprint him, get him identified. >> reporter: how did this all start, sergeant? >> it started just after 1:00 a.m., one of our sheriff's
event today on the martin luther king holiday. the freedom train will travel from san jose to san francisco. it's about the same distance as the civil rights march from selma to montgomery, alabama, way back in 1965. the train will depart from the diridon astation in a few hours. lisa washington reports. >> reporter: if he were alive today, dr. martin luther king would be 83. but unfortunately he was assassinated in memphis in 1968. after he died, his wife began freedom train rides and the dr. martin luther king association of santa clara valley started caltrain's freedom train ride 28 years ago. now, the freedom train ride as you said goes from the south bay to san francisco and commemorates the 1965 march from selma to montgomery, which is 54 miles. that's the approximate same distance from the south bay to san francisco. this train ride is a reduced fare. it will cost only $10 roundtrip making four stops to depart san jose at 9:30. sunnyvale at 9:45. palo alto at 9:59. and san mateo at 10:22. it is very important to note that you cannot purchase those freedom train ride tickets
. and two bills that would legalize internet gambling. >>> san jose mayor chuck reid is working on a plan to end the growing battle over the city's new pot club mall. he's considering allowing more pot clubs in the future. the city council recently approved an ordnance that would reduce the number of medical marijuana clubs from 100 to just ten. now critics have collected almost 50,000 signatures to repeal that law. they argue that would lead to marijuana super stores that federal drug agents would eventually shut down. >>> one san jose police officer is in the hospital after a wild and dangerous chase. investigators say a man on the run for a minor offense lead officers on the high speed pursuit across several neighborhoods yesterday. the carjacking suspect was -- 30 minutes later officers finally brought the chase to an end at the intersection of allen rock. >> i spin out. another guy got him. two of the cop cars t-boned him. >> all six police officers were hurt when the suv rammed into their patrol cars. one officer suffered serious injuries but is expected to make a full recovery. the
. this is an apartment complex basically and it is rather large. it is near capital avenue. and madden. here in san jose. and as we -- as far as we can tell, the firefighters are going to be on the scene, here for quite a while. frank and grace? >> you mentioned this was an assisted living center for seniors. do we know how difficult it was to evacuate the building? i would imagine they would have some challenges with that. >> reporter: well, you know, the fire captain didn't say or reference how long it took to get the seniors out of the building. he did say however it took them nearly an hour and a half to get that fire out. but i can tell you that the four people who were taken to the local hospitals, they were just complaints of minor burns and minor injuries. nothing very serious. apparently they were able to get them out rather quickly. >> a close call, thank you, lisa. >>> deadly pipeline explosion in san bruno, led to three bills that are being announced this morning. the one bill from assemblyman jerry hill would require the state puc to implement federal ntsb recommendations, and another would
on the whereabouts of either of them, you are encouraged to call the san jose police department. will tran and will be bernie has more information on this breaking news story when we come back. mark, here is a live look at interstate 80, they are screening trucks for tire chains. here is video out of soda springs. there were chain requirements earlier on the way to this year. those have now listed but it is a good idea to bring those trains. james fletcher has more on the weather. >>james: this is 80 at king bill. we have snow on the side of the roads that fell overnight and the yesterday. they have done a good job of keeping the roads ploughed. here is we're looking for out of tahoe and the greater sierra. a mix of rain and snow. the rain it stretches from san francisco to concord and into the delta. light rain falling in the napa valley. >>george: we have a couple of hot spots. one of them is on the sanity of bridge. it is a stall on the shoulder. it is slowing the ride. people are driving past the scene of its and slowing the commute. >>george: the golden gate bridge ride is still a pro
are looking for unseasonably warm almost record-breaking highs this afternoon. >>darya: in san jose, an elementary school teachers under arrest, accused of sexually assaulting a child. he teaches second and third graders. he is accused of sexually assaulting a student next fall. he is being held without bail. the san jose woman accused of dropping her son from a second story window will be in court for a preliminary hearing. she is charged with child endangerment and abuse. >>james: a little bit of a backup in the cash lane is on the bay bridge. will be right back. five >>james: to about the wine country, coldest temperatures. the cold spot is fairfield at 30. upper 30's and no state currently. depending on where you are you could see record-breaking highs. mid- 60's is the general average. 66 scheduled for the bay area. napa is about one degree off from its record. napa is another contender to break their record high for today. here is a wide view on the satellite. we could see some snow in this year. between now and then, sunny and mild. >>george: great conditions out there with n
in honor of dr. king. >>> an update on a story we brought you a month ago. a san jose family lost just about everything to a fire a few weeks before christmas. the o'neill family was lucky to get out alive when a fire raced through their home in san jose. a local hauling service called the junk king saw the story. and offered to furnish the new home that a san jose police officer helped them find. >> when i saw the unfortunate fire that happened to the o'neill family, we decided why don't we help them furnish their new home. so that's why we're here today, donating mislae ining miscellan tvs and beds, et cetera. >> the community has come to the aid of the family, helping them to buy food, clothing and with the help of the junk king, furnishing the new home as well. >>> on the peninsula, palo alto leaders are trying to come up with a plan to fix the city's police headquarters before it collapses in an earthquake. the city council is due to consider a bond to pay forea new police station when the members meet on tuesday. the unsound headquarters is a top priority when is comes to inprovi
. the second phase to downtown san jose and santa clara. santa clara voters approved sales tax increases in 2000 and 2008 to help get federal assistance. >>> there's still a hail mary attempt to keep the 49ers in san francisco. some business and labor groups remain determined to get a new stadium built. planning commissioner has set up a meeting this afternoon for a dallas stadium builder to present a different game plan, including an investment company capable of raising all 600 million needed. >>> the santa clara city council will try to clear another blocker in the 49er stadium. the council expected to vote on a deal that will allow the stadium to be built on one of the parking lots next to great america. the owners will get bigger shares of the stadium's profits and 12.5 million dollars from the team. the 49ers begin selling seat licenses yesterday. current season ticket holders can buy lifetime rights ranging from 20 to $80,000. >>> the mayor is expected to ask the city to raise sales tax on medical marijuana sales. he wants to raise the current tax on pot from 7% to 10%. the city c
learning more information about the child abduction in san jose last week that ended with the suspect being shot and killed by police and the safe recovery of the child. we're live with more on what police are saying about this incident. >> reporter: san jose police just released some new disturbing details about the armed kidnapping. they say the 11-year-old girl was sexually assaulted and that she is severely traumatized. police also showed us the two weapons the man was wielding at the time of the kidnapping and officer involved shooting friday. they say the gun was firing blanks. >> it is designed to look and function just as a firearm would be. it does in fact eject spent casings. there is a muzzle flash. so if you are on the other end of this particular weapon you won't know what it is, nor would you be expected to differentiate. >> reporter: police say the man kidnapped the 11-year-old daughter of his ex-girlfriend at gunpoint at her san jose home in the early morning hours on friday. that triggered an amber alert. officers tracked him down about twelve hours later, five miles away.
would appear on the ballot. >>> city of san jose in the spotlight tonight as it hosts the figure stait skating championship at hp pavilion. a big honor that has given us big names figure skating. we are leif in downtown san jose tonight and it's a great event and great to have it here. >> it really is. you don't have to follow figure skating to appreciate what is going on here. i was blown away watching some of the really young athletes out there on the ice. they are the future stars of figure skating. tonight they got to see the legends. opening ceremony here at hp pa ville i don't know for premiere skating event that san jose now has the pleasure of hosting for a second time. big deal. san jose has national again. it has been since 1996 and it is rare as i said before it's rare for another city to host the national twice. >>reporter: he's just one of several big name bay area figure skaters on hand for the competition. >> brian and christy and debby and rudy and charlie and i, we have moved to different places to take from different coaches but we started here. >>reporter:
night. otherwise in the city of san jose, it will be freezing, 20 to 30s east of the bay, pinpoint now when the rain will arrive and that is coming up in this broadcast. >> all right, thanks roberta. we are learning more about what led san francisco prosecutors to charge the sheriff with battering his wife. linda yee tonight on the disturbing details spelled out in the court documents. including some powerful words from the couple's two-year-old son. >> i really don't have anything to say. sorry. [ applause ] all right, we are going to come back to that story in just a little bit. but in the meantime, tonight a 14-year-old boy who oakland police say sexually assaulted two women is in custody. police say the suspect turned himself into alameda county juvenile hall this morning. they say both attacks happened within a half mile of each other. and in a rare move, investigators released the suspect's name because they considered him armed and dangerous. >> we strongly believe that if we did not put this information out in the interest of public safety, he would not have turned himself i
dangerous to waterways and birds so today in san jose, retailers are banned from using them. in san jose, plastic bags or free paper bags are no longer an option at the checkout stand. the new ordinance is meeting with mixed reviews from residents. >> i think it's a good thing. i ride a motorcycle, and i can't tell you how many time i had to dodge bags floating along the freeway. >> i used plastic bags my while life. i think it stinks. >> the ordinance bans retailersol using plastic bags, unlike the ordinance in san francisco, which is aimed at larger retail chain owners, and san jose residents will also be charged ten cents to use a paper bag. >> i use the self-checkout. but they have an option where you can push, no bag, and if you're going to use a bag, they're going to charge you. >> the charge for paper bags is intended to steer customers towards reusable bags but some shoppers decided not to use a bag at all. >> i guess the law came into effect, bring your own bag, but i happened to leave my bag in the vehicle. and, yeah, probably right. i don't want to pay the ten cents. >> a
nottingham, cbs news. now back to you. >> a san jose elementary schoolteacher has been arrested for sexually assaulting a child. kit doe is in san jose where police are looking for other victims. kit. >> reporter: the temp was arrested this everyoning and tonight he sits in jail without bail. detectives wanted to get word out quickly. the incident took place here at the elementary school in east san jose sometime between august and october of last year. for now, there's one victim. police aren't releasing any details. however, craig teaches a second and third grade combo class which meant he had direct contact with students. he is being charged with aggravated assault. that means rape, sodomy or. ingly was appalled to hear. it is shocking. i never would have thought that he would be a person to take advantage of a child. never would have thought that. >> and chandler is 35 years old. he has been teaching here for nine years. san jose police say that any parent believes their child has been a victim to give them a call. live in san jose, cbs 5. >>> school board members in one east bay city
. >>> tough decisions to be made in san jose. the wrangling over what services to cut in order to balance the budget. úñ? cations from cancer >>> doctors say former penn state football coach joe paterno is in serious condition after suffering complications from cancer treatments. the 85-year-old was diagnosed with lung cancer in november. just days after being fired as head coach. >>> penn state trustees said recently they decided to fire paterno because he did not meet a quote moral obligation to alert authorities about child sex abuse allegations against assistance coach jerry sandusky. >>> well another body has been recovered from inside the cruise ship that is lying on its side off the coast of italy. 12 people now confirmed dead. 20 others are still missing including two americans. armen tranga on the danger facing divers. >> reporter: demolition crews blasted three holes in the costa concordia, making it easier for rescue crews to search the ship. they found the body of a woman still wearing her life jacket on the fifth deck saturday. and rescue teams are navigating through dark c
morning in the alviso marie know in san jose. he has not been seen sense. lorraine blanco is at the marie know where search grews are heading out with the tide. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is a very big marsh out here in allovers sew -- alviso. any minute when the tide is right search and rescue teams will go in and try to locate the missing hunter. we just caught a private citizen another hunter going in to try to help out. it's a cold morning out here. the missing man is in his 30s and he's been out here since tuesday morning. the grandfather called police when he hadn't heard from him all day. he noticed his grandson's truck is still here. there is a private company helping out. the sheriffs helicopter had mechanical problems and a coast guard copter had issues. >> the coast guard helicopter searched 75% of the area. we're looking at nine square miles. and that helicopter had mechanical difficulties. we're waiting for the third helicopter to come from san francisco. >> reporter: crews out here heard gunshots around midnight. they believe that could be the missing man
are stabbed outside a bar and grill in san jose. >>> a car with a 5-year-old girl asleep in the backseat is stolen she ends up safe after the thief realizes she is there and ditches the vehicle. >>> good morning. first clear and chilly, i'll show you where 20s are waiting for you. another spare the air. record high temperatures possible the next couple of days. >>> good morning i'm frances dinglasan. you are looking at a live shot of bay bridge toll. so far quiet start. [ inaudible ] >>> thank you 4:30 this wednesday, i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. in san jose police investigating an overnight shooting and double stabbing outside a restaurant and bar after 1:45 this morning reports of gunfire. one person was shot, two were stabbed. investigators say all three were taken to a nearby hospital in private vehicles. no word on how serious the injuries are. police will not say at this point whether the victims had come out of the restaurant. >>> san francisco's new sheriff may be the first in county history to not be able to carry a firearm. stems from new word that ross mirkarimi is lo
:00. >>> in san jose the choice between paper and plastic ended at midnight. the nation's toughest plastic bag ban. nbc bay area's kimberly tayery's in san jose to explain. >> reporter: these are out. these are in. reusable bags. if you're shopping in san jose it might be a good idea to start carrying them on you. shoppers have to bring or buy a reusable bag in san jose or the alternative to purchase paper bags containing 40% recycled material but it's going to cost 10 cents per bag. buying small items the cost per bags can quickly add up. if you don't want a bag, how are you going to walk out of the store with your items in you have a lot? you're subjected to having to pay so you can carry all of your stuff out of the store. >> realistically pay the money or no bag it. i can see someone like my mom bringing her own bags and other people doing that, too. >> i knew the store policy was going in effect today they wouldn't be giving bags and i brought my own. >> the city council approved the ban aimed at creating a cleaner environment. all retail and grocery stores are affected. the only ones exempt,
here near downtown san jose and this is a shelter that opened up around 5:00 and now you see more activity going onto help the homeless stay warm. the community homeless alliance ministry is passing out blankets and anyone who needs them and they say that's thin protection against the cold. there was a rush to get in to the shelter after the homeless agency invision opened. when temperatures drop in to the freezing range they drop their red tape. >> we go into a cold weather instatus and montgomery street and the other shelters we have open up and take anybody in off the streets and that will happen tonight. >> it gets hard to keep your body temperature warm so a lot of times we to double up on the clothes. >> reporter: the county public health department is recommending people take precautions against the cold but warn against drastic measures or shortcuts to save on the heating bill. it's not just the homeless that feel the chill. one man we talked to had just returned home to the bay area from the freezing cold of asia did said its must was cold here. >> that's a surprise fo
housing complex in san josee acuations.. and >>> firefighters watching for hot spots at a senior housing complex in san jose. the major damage the evacuations and the injuries. >>> i'm sorry that a cloud hangs over what should be a very special day. >> and the questions hanging over san francisco's new sheriff, as he makes his first high profile appearance today. >>> and you may want to give yourself a little extra time if your morning commute takes through fremont. we're following this accident on southbound 880. we will have all of the details coming up. >>> more sunshine coming our way today. under high pressure. but there is a chance of rain in the forecast. we will talk about that coming up. >>> good morning, everyone. it is monday, january 9. good to have you with us. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm grace lee. it is 6:00 a.m. and we're following some developing news out of san jose. there were more than a dozen seniors who are forced out of their homes this morning. >> and fire destroying four units at a senior housing center. lisa washington tells us another person just taken
the marin civic center i want to show you another live shot 101 in san jose headlights moving northbound 880 across your screen this was a big problem yesterday but right now it is looking great. waze maps what you will notice more drivers on the roads you can see them by those little bubbles, a lot of them have joined the traffic spotter group. we are starting to see slowing on city streets. deb just joined six days ago she of the traffic spotter group as well. -- she is part of the traffic spotter group as well. you can learn more about the application and download it to your smartphone. >>> 6:09. >>> cut by -- [ unintelligible ] the loss of a patent will cost thousands their jobs and why in may be the tip of the iceberg. >>> plus, find out how forgetful flyers are helping to fund airport security screeners a penny at a time. >>> saved by a social network. how california is banking on facebook to help balance the next budget. [ female announcer ] back to school means back to busy mornings. that's why i got them pillsbury toaster strudel. warm flaky pastry with delicious sweet filling my ki
damian trujillo is live at police headquarters in san jose. commanders are afraid of what it's going to be like in the streets now. >> reporter: these are veterans of the police force here, jessica. the state budget forced california to close its bureau of narcotic enforcement. that means virtually no cops in san jose to go after the drug dealers. it's peaceful again on garlow drive in south san jose, but this was the scene here six years ago. agents with the bureau of narcotic enforcement took down a huge meth lab, capable of blowing up the entire block. now that agency no longer exists. >> what do you think the drug dealers and the drug cartels are saying or doing right now? >> they're dancing in the streets. >> reporter: bob cook was special agent in charge of the south bay operation. his agents took down meth users, heroin producers and pot growers. now he warns the drug lords will have more control of the streets. >> with the lack of resources for prevention and for enforcement, they're only going to get worse. >> reporter: cook says san jose is california's command and
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